The Good Place
It's basically a workplace comedy about demons.
Harper says Hollywood still doesn’t cast dark-skinned actors like himself in leading romantic roles.
The philosophical comedy’s 35th episode reminds us that happiness is written between the lines.
Holy forking shirtballs.
On 'The Misery Index,' she'll be grilling contestants with "cringeworthy questions" about funny, painfully uncomfortable experiences.
Getting to know the man behind all your favourite shows: 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine', 'The Office', 'Parks and Recreation' and 'The Good Place'.
Mike Schur explains the radical shifts found in his high-concept comedy's brilliant second season.
Why not take in a heist flick, too?
NBC's clever sitcom depicts multiple natural, character-driven interracial relationships.